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Since 2011, SDSU has climbed 37 spots on U.S. News & World Report
This Month on NewsCenter
Screening efforts tailored to specific populations could be useful in preventing cancer or diagnosing it at an earlier stage.
Cancer Mortality Differs Among Asian Ethnic Groups
SDSU biologist Donatella Zona wrote a commentary article about climate change research in the journal Nature this week.
Runaway Global Warming
A societal shift toward individualism may be responsible for the uptick in uniqueness of baby names.
Could You Spell that for Me, Please?
Michael Rosenthal
Physical Therapy Professor's New Role
Recent findings have shown that families are eating out at restaurants more often. (Photo: Ed Montez/Pixabay)
May I Take your Order?
Evacuations from emergencies, like wildfires, depend on accurate population data.
Improving Wildfire Evacuation Planning
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A Smoker’s Lasting Legacy
John Eger has served as the Van Deerlin Endowed Chair for Communication and Public Policy at SDSU for more than 20 years.
John Eger Named First Zahn Professor of Creativity
In Pokémon GO, players see an "augmented reality" version of the real world through their phones. (Credit: IGDB.com press kit)
Gotta Crash ‘Em All?
The United States Capitol building in Washington, D.C. (Credit: Phillip Roulain)
More Politically Independent, But Polarized
As director of the Zahn Innovation Platform Idea Lab, Kevin Popovic will work with university leaders, faculty, students, and community partners.
Facilitating Creative Thinking at SDSU